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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 6, 1891)
Street peddlers have a new catch-p-uny
device on their truck that U
.iiu n utnuHiiitf tiling f,.r ..LI as wel
yur.j? folU They call it the "cra,:
toil," nil,! it in well mined. For t.-i.
c-ijt.i y,,,, .., lUiy0lll. ,,f ti.K1. lhil, , .s
"I M-e the la via of p-aviry ,li, ,1. i;
look likeanordinmy wo. A n ball, about
tize of a t-i)iii Lail. but you can't
f ' n 11 in a straight linn to nave you. (,
tomft the aet'lvt of t,it liiin- qitcei
, ' Ui,r..s lie in the l.u.t that u js I().l(KM
oU ,, Bi.v. Tl-ik ,my iimve
,."iiit of te bi'vniric. It will n.!l
, , 'nil Of its JIwn HcfupJ, , j Wj
to roll ,ywn hjK ,f yo try t) nil
.vow twill pfrlmjis start out a!l
't VjTli;in turn iuund ami roll
or may bo it will KO if sidewi-e
' .Wnlw a wobbly circle around
7'i'i All ltn movements hnj jerky ami
pa.-Vio.lic. . Give it to a kitten to play
' i hmiI the chances are that the kitten
will go mad. while a baby will cry with
vexation over its eccentricities. A -rown
person who i not up in spherical eom
ry will Hsnre yon that it is wonderful.
It is tiot. It i.s ouly borne hharp fellows
way of gathering in the dimes. Never
theirs, ere long the city will be flooded .
with these "crazy balls."-New York
A a Art Ufa Manaloa.'
Bir Frederick Leighton, Bart., P. R. '
A., in at present enjoying himnelf in the !
beantifnl town of Perugia, the air of j
winch is most invigorating. Electric .
JiKhtiia being luid in the president's
bouse, in Holland par!t j. Tbe ip!(.a.
did eastern hall, paved with tile from
Damascus, with the fountains and
coticnes of exquisite workmaniihip, will
uw be lit by the electric light. So will
A Doatn Who Blftiaatl a Kortun.
Dr. Gower, of Brighton, carried in h i
pocket a competency fur life when le
loft the house on VaUiiham tei r; m
with the knowledge or Parueii's ,1 .
for Paruell died at mnlni-ht. an i .
uk tor ci.uld have iv ilizo'l a f .nn ;.
aellm;; the eJEi'lij.MW in-tv.ioi ''.! :,, !,.
any of t lie richer .papers in London n
Ifwasto when OainbetU died at ?
the munim-'. At inidni ;!it fie iv.i ;
uoiiuced convalescent. 'Die d.-at.'i u .
of lejKMi' rs was relaxed. Yel
tle'iii, a Frenchman, inenilier of a
l'ar.iuii uevta iielicy. cmie oiil tti u
hop ut early tnurinii and miv a ...
servant running cim the r.;s.
"The inasier is dead.' the
him. Ik-nt'id there in ijiv.it v' .
To whom tilmuM be sell tlie new-..-hesitated
between t!i? Paris, L-i:
and New Y"."i; piipers. lie fiually e
thus, "(.'smoelta died at 5 tiiijt in
lir,'." The dispatch readied a New V
ofice at ten miimle before 8. ti
lx'inirfive liours dilTen ni-e between P
and New York. Half a Jia'e of aerom
panyini; matter was pv-u to t!ie c n
jKwitors, an I at twenty niiiiiil p ..-i
the whole ntury was on its way to the
The reporter is still living on the pr e
ci-eds of his "beatf an'l the m-iiatio:i of
UamUftta's death win nt:ii t t'a.itof
Parutll. New York Truth.
vkm n. h
&i LtADIKG AND OMY OM PRICE CLOLHIER
IS WAITING FOR YOU. '
Tlmy Kitt.M Dlckro Tnl Theiu. j
A Rood story is told at one of the ho
Ms here about some of the EnRhMi di- j
vines who are in tii city ia atU':::!u:;c
npou the Methodist ecumenical council. I
(t was noticed that at the hour l .l.iu n '
lor dinner on
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H P I
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lOn lll ;
IS waiting to show you his new goods
and o let you know how r-hPjn ihm,
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the card iKMted in :! li K. ') S li'iiirr i.
in u me electric ll(;iit. bo Will ie rmes oi tue uonse lliee
the drawing room, with its fine sped- ' n"ll"n I'reiichm would Kther about
tliens of (j.rnt'a nni.tin... the doors of lha illmn.r nmin Brwl wKun
mens of Corot's paintings representing
tlie seasons, and the handsome dining
room. The larxe studio, with 1U price,
lees treasures, will be properly illunii
natel. The founUin at one time had no rail
ing. One evening after one of Kir Fred-
em a Lentous epicurean feasts, the
the doors of the itminir room and when
they were opened would make a wild
rush inside, and to seat themselves hasti
ly at the first table they reached aud tt
bejfiii to eat as quickly as posnible.
The landlord was puzzled to know the
caaie of this strance conduct on the iu.t
Of his foreign guest, ltirjiiirj developed
m ict luai inese revereuu cent emeu
l.ll I1' 1 'I . t II I M-
J I 'i -is I I 1 1 ' i.' ei I ll ;i K Ht' Sl"
: r !, ilU'i .i I i i v r . i -Hi ml I 1 1 ti .
" -V I'll J I IT
HAS THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
Im l.ia line in Cum Gaunt! You wi 1 not be nble to buy cheaper Wei CL.
riin wliiti you take qualitj anJ price in consideration.
I'LACI-S OF WOKHIir.
t ii . 1 """"i "o .1 . .
hall not beimr snfflltwi! llf. i : tht fact
the academicians stepped Into the foun- i haJ lK'f"re cominir over posted them
win and trot thoroughly wet; a popular
fjuntPr lmd to borrow a pair at tha
prehident's tronsers, much to the amuse
ment or bis brethren of the brush
selves on Ameri'.-an custom by reading
Dickens' "Aime-iran iitn a::J "i'-:r-tin
CiiuzzJewit." The scene In the I : : i
descriptive of the effect of the bote) ,i...
ner gonu causing evervblv to o r.
tronir electric liifht will nut nn .ml ,,. ' Whatever ho was doing aud make a ra ,j
any more of the; uncomfortable adven- or tlu "n lest be should tail
the gannents did not fit biini but the
A Doit ftiorm In Simla.
A canons phenomenon occurred in
Cimla recently on two successive nights. .
This was nothing less than a dust torta i
i .i. i . , . i
in me mmsi oi a downpour of niin, or t
raiuer, to speaa more correctly, a shower
of mud. A colnmn of dust seems to
have Iwii carried np into the hi-her at
mosphere from the plains and to have
lieen caught ami forced down by the.
heavy rain. In the morning, as a result,
II the plant and Cowits iu Simla were
found to lmve r-t-ived a tliick coating
of mud. There could be no doubt that
the mud had been rained down, for it
was freely sprinkled on plants away
from the hillside and at a great height
from the ground. Moreover a deposit
of mud was found in the rain gange in
srions parts of the station. It is a
common thing to see the atmosphere in
the hills during the hot seon thick with
dust from the plains, carried aloft by a
strong wind. But the conjunction of
rain and dust is an accident of which,
it is stated, there is no previous record.
j to get any dinner they took as gonrnl
i truth ami were govi-rains their owu con-
duct accordingly. Washiu,rton
v-ieveiaua nam Dealer.
According to an Atlanta paper a
seedy looking man. not quite fifty .ml
wearing a disconni-ed .and color!.
slouch hat. with a suit to match. Mood t
before the bulletin boards i.i A J.inta
The bMt flaaba.
J. C. Conch, who hes a mile sonth of
Fox Postofilce, has brought us what is
jirobubly the smallest snake erer cap
tured iu Ray county. It was caught
alxrat two weeks ago by bis stepsou.
Theodore Jackson, ami is of the black
wiake species. It is ouly three inches in
length, and at the thickest part of il
body is ouly three-sixteenths of an inch
in circumference. It is a perfectly fonn
d reptile, but with an extra large bead.
Mr. Jackson accidentally killed it by
spilling a few drop of petroleum unit.
This snake could not teach school or
plow corn like some of bis kinstneq
found in Colonel Jim Denton's ncighb r-
hood, but Mr. Jackson U Just a proud
of his find as the colonel ever was over
any of his discoveries. Richmond (Mo.)
other day to g-t a gliiniw of ili.-pnti hi '
aoout tlie death of Ciiarles Stewart Pur
nrll. The man wa John Parmdl, n
brofliti of the Irish leader, who b.is
pent'the latb-r years of bis life tending
fruit trees on a little farm seventy-five
miles from Atlanta. "1 cannot belirv
that be is dead, said be. "The only
thing that makes tne believe the renort
is the statement that he died suddenly.
There were twelve children In our fam
ily, six of whom are dead, and everyone
of the six died suddenly. Qnr sister
Funny, who died last, was found dead iu
bed. Charles, and in fact all of ns, are
stibj.'ct to attack of nervous prostra
tion, and if be is dead this uinst hav,.
caused bis death. He loved vs all, aud
but a short time mm h vri.ut ma .......
CAIIOii II-.- -I I SI I's ' loorll. k. lH-tpr,
Ulili inn! Mild. Ftli-r a in v. 1'nsinr
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rriiiiM ri7;n. nil. '-i.rtllc'llii..
CllM-TI . ii n ..him snd HkIiiIi Hf
.-nvlr. 1 1 Ion -.i -(. k h it' r J. K.
i.i rii, I'M, "i iiiuii i ,'. on in u.
Friscol'AI.-KI I.nk. ' I hnuli, ruiirr Tnlni
sun tin . n- (I II H, ILf.. l.n.O.r kr.
vlr-:llA M a ill Kir X Mimlii) N-IksiI
ii'ifMin nii-TH.Oiirr-. .mrr lth Kt snl
i.miilt- lie . lint. I ii. int. i - : tl A X.
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lhlMIHIV i n ,n- ir I I i In n-li.e, x
lir MINI Sl.lt l.t.lMlt- SI.. rv J.I. I Dir.
tl-l.ir Minis e o : t;.r; llesi'lillii;
i us ni. .-. ii ii p iii.
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!-Hhlill. I V , II y HI J .& Mi ill. I us, Hi,.' f
Hie r rrni All sie ! vn il sit. m Uir
Pimt M'THonisT-hlxili .. iK-twen Matt,
sort P- tM i. i hy i. k. I rlit t. n. i..r.
h-rvllf. ' 1 I t H ftfl M Sill. (I . .U.I.....I
:.HIA M l'ly. I ll.t rll ( Vtillil-tlit) t-Veli-GrkMA
fn' hivtkkiaN. Curner Main snd
..nni. i.t-v iii-. !; r ft-mifti us
litmtli. Ktilu i- ii til It Ti A Ai
B rr.iilH i.oMiiATloAl.-4irsiilie, be-
in.r'il i in .'i 'W-iX il
LoM'i.rn iuiti'T. - vt. fil've. ' t k. l-lwin
It-nili i tl r. it i IM, iii l:i . A furaell. fH-
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y.H'Ml lVs lull Tl- A-'iK'IATH'l-
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in.: initriiiK.ua ni. ulnl s n. In.
I'riiift ii.t-mt ir lu'm'M mmIm ; rlmlr (itr
',., . iuliii ,i I, Hri V t M'l.lt'C.
Onlj buji the bct makei unJ latest novelties in
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
IIAT8, CAPS ETC.
A"(i if-yo" aro ,wkinrT fr a reliable place to trade give JOE a trial.
OPERA HOUSE CORNER, PLATTSMOUTH.
A Child Killed kj a PI,.
While "playlnif funeral" in Kiota.
Kan., Johnny Denner, ajred six, met a
trance fate, lie aud his eight-year-old
si iter had dun a hole and Johnny sat in
It. When she had covered him with
earth np to the neck, an old sow drore
her oT and then attacked ths little boy.
Several times the animal sunk her teeth
in the lad s head, and when friends came
to his rescue they found him dead. E
Sazleet ef a Hat-a.
The fact that Lonls Kossuth Is now a
poor, blind old man, who ia dratfiriny
oni a niiaeranie existence, embittered by
i. ... . i . , ...
utfr nam ann nearness neglect, la not
complimentary to an aye of hero wor
shipers which will spend fortunes upon
forireoot monuments to the dead and
trodfe-a a cruet to the living. Boston
.I i i ni . i
It Is given out tliat flO.TSJ aot-onnb..
lims and cases, involving the sum of
f:T8.8S1.0r;j were Settled darin tbe last
fiscal year by the United States govern
nent a lar;re Incrpase of work with no
ncr ase of force as compared with tbe
preceding fiscal year.
A piir of very economical lovers, in
iy An(e, Cal., hit upon a plau to
cheat Uncle 8am of his postage. The
youc uiiin hir.-d a box at the postoflice
and gave his sweetheart a duplicate key.
They eichan.-ed correspondence through
The recent losses by fire In the carj-o
of ships carryinjr cotton has shown that
cotton seed ml, when held In thcottn
n the outside of the bale, rapidly oxi
dizes and generates spoutaneouscowbua
; IllaatratatJ Rfportlag.
' In i-onnection with tiie snicide of Oen
eral Eoulantrer, a feat has lieen accom
plished by one of the Paris weekly pa
pers winch shows to what perfection of
dispatch illustrated reporting has now
been brought. On Wednesday, on the
reception of the news of tba general'
death. The Illustration sent to Brus
sels two members of iu staff, one a
draftsman, the other a photographer.
()n Thurwlay morning these artist had
pholojrruphrd the ge neral lyin in state,
as well as the hotel in the KueMontoyer.
aud had even improvised a representa
tion of the scene In the cemetery. They
then took the train, and arrived in I'aris
on the same day with all that was need
ed for the illustration of that tt.'. I-.
of the iournii An ltitM.iin.. .!..t..;i
that the proofs of the photographs were
1 t . .-. .1... . . . . - . .
u bum mo ni nil m urawing exocutetj
uunng ttie railway Journey back to
fans. London News.
When -oil l'O tn n thn
..j. v I'lu'i iiii iu itiiy Mioen imt
to procure lor w hat von eneiwt
til'Kt tliat VOIir innni-v nill
Lrrn than tliie will not content you
muni llin.t 4 I. ! ... .......... t.
........ ... ,ii in J ttu ttllllltll, HI
eon, uea. uur nirtlioU lire
Himrile iih vnur tlt kin ii U' n
j V llltl
lift vour ex t ectatifniM in ) t-i,.,wiu
hut we rcali.e them whatever they
From renortsit would snrifar that tk.
site of Diiail'a forga at Grand Pre ia no
longer a mystery. Air. W. C. Archi
bald, while catting iu a i.i.l. Lr.,.11
alxiut two miles west of the village of
vv olivine, came npon what ia auppoe.!
to be the remains of the ancient black-
with shop, nnder about four feet of
oil Fonndation atom, charcoal and
Iag were uiacorered In large quantities,
o unless the Acadian Grand Pra could
dohhi or more Uian on smithy, this ia to
all likelihood the epot where Basil lived
and worked. It look a though Wolf
Till wis the heart of the ancient Tillage
of Grand Pre. Nova fteoti Bulletin.
Th late Beaker Jams H. Mead, of
Sheboygan, Wis., in hi will, beside a
beqnest of ).OiiO for a pnblia library,
left 110,000 for the erection of a ball
wherein the boys of Khelmygan tusy in
dulge tn Innocent sports and pastime.
Arnold T. Jabn, who r-'fently did in
Chicago, was th sun of Fredurich Lad
wig Jahn, the founder of th now
famous Turn Vereins and in bis day
cue of the great eut ot Gorman patriots.
The poveriiinei t nronoses to bnild an-
other timber dock iu the navy yard at
Lrooklyn. the accommodations of !ip
Ol'ii'r two diM ks l,i in - i llAll.'lt.li- ft i
to be about (Wi) feet in loinfth.
Four yean nziastranieblrthdiiv nrea.
ent wss received by cbarh Kettleberger.
L- t- , .
ui ou t-riniasno. n WSJ a OUIU, BUj
tan other day be wa buried In it.
u rt w f avtii
liferent to oura nnd nowhere
enn you eet a fuller mid f.iirer
equivalent for jour money. An
especially protituble purcliuee for
j ou is our ric.
nooEa, shoes on
901 Main Street
THE. OLD RELIABLE.
For Atcliineon, St. Joeeph, IaTen-
worth, Khuson Cily, St. Luuia,
aud all points north, euet
outh or west Tick
' ts Bold Hiid bu)T
t o a n y
S i a Ice or
INFORMATION AS TO RATES
Cull ut Depot or address
II, C. Towne.i,
G. r. A. St. Louie. Mo.
A. G. 1. A. Omaha.
II. D. Apgak. Aiit.. I'lottamoutli.
G0ROES1 k SOU
rpUR beat of li.rnesa, both double .nd a-Inf2le mar be fo.,tt ..
' m bju
n.cl,areDraUlasaineTeryrcepect.bcinff the liuhteeL
casieat riding Tehiclea on earth.
ALSO have a I.re lot of Schutler. Moline, Ilaln ad Sterling w.eon.
Spring wagona, road carta, and plow of all di.cription.
. i. nmm 4 sqk i
I F LIB
A sihrtly anil civ aiw-liine. full oarrsj
I atari. In. mi ll. I .. .... , l
j:.. : " iiiwmtiBi o
iSllfrf tA..rti .Mfti .i.Jiih l.t... ....... ...
have en tru rtrnKf ir I lie imrMte. a
ratitati ut an sii ii M Colt irsotialtly
pectt-d ol Hie vcif bt lyrenrllei hIaojL
.i.,.,r .mil, rrt tninuif . f
aMrc-atvnfilins In tbe aiilllij of Hi eif rt
ftJunles, Lath, Saah,
! n supply everw deu.and of the rify
Csll end pet terms. Fourth itrect
In retr of ocr Louea.
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PKIatllVIt AtttHT.M TS7. u.ist.,
I f thfr la no util In rnttr ..t. tv.
tiik eAitifcti wtfti
aUtats ealil'tl J tttlfS U, T.
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Fr,KlD qoriDEI) SON
LN 0UU COMPLETE STOCK OF
We give you the following dd p ci t In price:
.ad.ealjPMt l)ongolata.()ljrhoi'e reduced to- .
Ladiea Hand Turned beat Dogola HW aboe reduced to . ' .
FOE THIRTY DAYS OULY
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urn.Te. great many other arunph; t. of 0(t,i "
TTT"F1 itv rrn
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In order to reduce our. lock to meet our obligation.
V.'c (Inn havnii I..- I.,u .1 t r
. i i. V . A-uica uxiorda tliat
price. Don't foruet Hie i.Iuce. . " "e
"ill aril at reduced
Jm BOKOK & CO.
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